Observations Vs Stereotypes

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An observation is something that is always the same no matter who’s looking at the situation. Observations are facts and cannot be debated, because it will not change. Inferences are peoples’ intake on what an observation is about. Inferences change from people to people and can always be debated. Observations are better when it comes to subjects that involve chemistry. For example, no matter how you look at mixing together two hydrogen atoms and one oxygen atom you’re always going to get water, and you don’t need an inference to tell you that. An inference is needed when you’re trying to piece together a story. You may only have the begging and the end of the story, so you need to infer what happened in-between. Stereotypes are used to make
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